Samsung recently announced the Galaxy Note8 flagship smartphone with a massive 6.3-inch QHD + Infinity display. Now, according to a new test performed by DisplayMate, the Galaxy Note8 display has surpassed the one on the Galaxy S8 in its testing. The specialist of video screens, stated that Samsung’s latest flagship device is “the most innovative and high performance smartphone display that we have ever lab tested.”
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Samsung’s latest flagships Galaxy S8 and S8+ have already received accolades f0r its Infinity display. Now, a latest report from the The Investor claims that Samsung is working on a 7th generation AMOLED display. Continue reading “Samsung reportedly working on 7th gen OLED displays, foldable OLEDs and more”
Apple is said to make an important change in the display of its next generation watch. A new report from Digitimes says Apple Watch 2 will sport a thinner display.
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It looks like Xiaomi is ready with a new fitness tracker. Lei Jun, Xiaomi co-founder and CEO has teased the next generation Mi Band 2 in couple of images. Continue reading “Xiaomi Mi Band 2 with display, physical button teased in live images”
One of the most important component in a smartphone is the display and it is also the most expensive single equipment in the manufacturing process.
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It has been rumoured for quite a while that Samsung is in talks with Apple to supply OLED screens for upcoming iPhones. Well, it now seems that they have come to an agreement which makes Samsung the largest flexible OLED supplier for Apple.
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Samsung and LG will not join the race to put 4K displays on the their phones, as per new reports from South Korea. The report citing trusted sources said that both the companies might opt to skip 4K or Ultra HD for their smartphones in 2016.
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We’ve had ‘pre-flexed’ display smartphones for a while now and as interesting as they are, things do get really interesting when we have proper flexible screens on devices and smartphones. Some of the latest patents filed by Samsung reveal smartphones with very interesting form factors that are possible thanks to flexible displays.
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LG is expected to introduce a new smartphone called the V10 on October 1st and the phone is said to pack a secondary ticker display above the primary display. Now, we have a photo of the actual device and it seems to have a secondary ticker display as previously rumoured.
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If you were thinking that Samsung made a good decision to stick with a 1440p panel on the Note 5 instead of going for the rumored 4k display then you aren’t alone. We’ve reached ridiculously high pixel densities on our smartphones that have more than enough sharpness and detail. However, it looks like the resolution wars are far from over as Samsung have announced that they’re planning to make a mobile display with 11k resolution.
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Samsung is said to provide flexible OLED for next Apple Watch, according to a report from Koreaherald. The South Korean company along with LG will develop the OLED display for Apple Watch 2.
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LG has already revealed the vertically curved Flex 2 at CES 2015 and now the company has showed off new prototype smartphone sporting a dual-edge display that is curved on two sides. Continue reading “LG showcases 6 inch Dual Edge P-AMOLED active bending display”
Sharp has developed a new 4.1” IGZO LCD display with 736 pixels per inch (ppi). According to Sharp, its new display has the same pixel density as a 6-inch 4K display. The highest-resolution LCD panel that the company has so far developed is a low-temperature polycrystalline silicon (LTPS) panel that has a resolution slightly lower than 550ppi.
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Apple is reportedly working on a 3D iPhone display, according to Chinese newspaper Economic Daily News. The report citing supply chain sources said that the company might be developing a glasses-free 3D display for next iPhone.
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Sharp has announced that it will introduce a new 7 inch tablet that will boast two different display technologies. The tablet which will be ready by 2015 will have Sharp’s own energy-efficient IGZO tech, and Qualcomm’s light-reflecting Mirasol project.
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